Today’s Headlines

  • Austin Council Outcome-Based Budgeting Includes Affordable and Accessible Transportation (Monitor)
  • HUD Bombshell: Houston Housing Policy Violates Civil Rights Act, Adds to Segregation (Houston Chron)
  • Metro Auditors Suggest Regional BRT in HOT Lanes, No Cars on Light Rail Streets (Houston Chron)
  • Firm TXDOT Hired to Study I-35 Toll Lanes Accused of Long History of Falsified Forecasts (Statesman)
  • Capital Metro Board to Vote on Connections 2025 – including Frequent Bus Grid – on Feb 27 (MetroBlog)
  • El Paso’s Neighbor, Juarez, Is Tough to Navigate for People With Disabilities (Norte Digital, Translation)
  • Essential Questions Rarely Asked in Woodlands Parkway Expansion Proposal Dispute (Houston Chron)
  • What Can the DC Region Learn From Houston’s Densification? (Greater Greater Washington)
  • TTI Helping TXDOT Prepare for Legal Texas Pot by Studying Safety Concerns? (TTI)

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